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The Lighthouse Camera Club is a friendly group of photo enthusiasts. The membership consists of men and women with skill levels ranging from beginners to advanced amateurs, to professionals.  Members use everything from simple point and shoot cameras to advanced digital SLR.

Our meetings are fun and informal. Members have the opportunity to share pictures they have taken on a wide range of subjects, including travel pictures, sports, nature and wildlife, macro, portraits, street and architecture, people and almost any other areas of interest. The club has monthly photo assignments, a theme slideshow which is a collection of images submitted by the members and presented at the monthly club meeting.

We have frequent guest speakers and educational opportunities on all aspects of photography including instructional sessions on how to use the camera and what equipment is right for a specific purpose. We also offer instructional sessions on post-processing software like On 1, Photoshop , Photoshop Elements, Lightroom and others.

We schedule at least one outside field trip a month. We visit  museums, wildlife preserves, botanical gardens, scenic areas, historic areas and zoos. The club is open to suggestions for future field trip ideas.


!!! MEETING LOCATION !!!

The North Palm Beach Library Second Tuesday of the Month
Meeting time 6:00pm – 8:30pm
Guests are always welcome!

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IMPORTANT NOTICE Kelby Photo Walk Location Change

OUR KELBY WALK IS BEING MOVED DUE TO RED TIDE…..YUK!

 

Our new location will be Grassy Waters Preserve on 45th Street and Jog Blvd at 8am due to the RED TIDE that has closed Dubois Park. We look forward having a super Saturday of photography. We will get there between 8:00 – 8:30, Saturday morning, October 6

Grassy Waters Preserve
3125 North Jog Road,
West Palm Beach, Fl 33411
(561) 804-4985

The following trails are part of Grassy Waters Preservewhich is a 23 square mile wetlands ecosystem that also serves as freshwater supply for the City of West Palm Beach. Trails vary in length and difficulty levels and are accessible to the public free of charge. Remember to come prepared with drinking water, sunscreen, hat, sunglasses and insect repellant especially during hot summer months. You can sign up for canoeing excursions and specialty hikes with staff guides.

From I-95 at Okeechobee Blvd, West Palm Beach, drive west for 4.6 miles to Jog Road. From Florida’s Turnpike, exit at Okeechobee Blvd and drive west 0.9 mile to Jog Road. Turn north off Okeechobee Blvd and watch for the park entrance on the left, just as the road starts a curve to the right, at 3125 N Jog Road.

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